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The Lost (2006)

Three soldiers find themselves lost in a seemingly endless forest on enemy soil as World War Two rages around them. Slowly the men run out of food and water, and then slowly lose their ... See full summary »

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... Narrator (voice) (archive sound)
... Private Scott
Joe Daniels ... Maitland
... Private Durham (as Edward E. White)
Grainne Joughin ... Frieda
Nick Mabey ... German Captain
Jon Burgess ... German Private
... German Soldier
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Three soldiers find themselves lost in a seemingly endless forest on enemy soil as World War Two rages around them. Slowly the men run out of food and water, and then slowly lose their senses, turning on one another and fighting for their lives. Private Scott struggles to understand the will of the forest and escape the madness. Written by Anonymous

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First you lose your way, then you lose your mind...

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Horror | War

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£3,000 (estimated)

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$22,000, 30 December 2008
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It is rumoured that Neil Jones attached a small explosive device to his coat, as he played a German soldier in the back ground. He wanted the death of the soldier to look as realistic as possible and look like a grenade had hit him. See more »

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remarkable way to shoot a film
17 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

THE LOST is a low budget film (almost nil)when I watched this film at a preview screening I was told that it was shot entirely in 48 hours. I was amazed at the result, very strong performances, gritty direction amazing production values, and to top it off a Peter Cushing Recording! Fantastic. Brilliant example of how to shoot an independent film. 48 Hours! Amazing!

Neil Jones works wonders on the budget he gets, Stuart Brennan again shines in the lead role of a Neil Jones film, they're fast becoming like a DeNiro, Scorsese partnership! Fantastic supporting performance from Edward E White and Joe Daniels.


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